Model # 2268-20

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Milwaukee

Laser Temperature Gun Infrared 12:1 Thermometer

$ 109 00

Overview

The Milwaukee Infrared Temperature gun delivers the clearest screen and faster scanning. With stunning readability indoor and outdoor, this infrared temperature gun provides easier readings for professional, residential, commercial and industrial users in any environment. Simple High/Low alert setup makes scanning easier and faster. With a 7-Point reinforced frame, fully bumper nose and shielded LCD, the Milwaukee Infrared Temperature gun survives 9 ft. drops for superior durability.
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Product Overview

The Milwaukee Infrared Temperature gun delivers the clearest screen and faster scanning. With stunning readability indoor and outdoor, this infrared temperature gun provides easier readings for professional, residential, commercial and industrial users in any environment. Simple High/Low alert setup makes scanning easier and faster. With a 7-Point reinforced frame, fully bumper nose and shielded LCD, the Milwaukee Infrared Temperature gun survives 9 ft. drops for superior durability.
  • Measures surface temperatures -22⁰F to 1022⁰F for use in a variety of applications
  • 12:1 distance-to-spot ratio measures a 1 ft. spot from 12 ft. way
  • Premium LCD display for clear readings
  • User-configurable high/low temperature alert
  • Fully bumper nose, shielded LCD survives 9 ft. drops
  • Hold, maximum, minimum, average, different modes
  • Clear button functions for easy setup
  • Overmolded grip for easy handling
  • 0.95 fixed emissivity
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Product Overview

Model #: 2268-20
Internet #: 206260204

The Milwaukee Infrared Temperature gun delivers the clearest screen and faster scanning. With stunning readability indoor and outdoor, this infrared temperature gun provides easier readings for professional, residential, commercial and industrial users in any environment. Simple High/Low alert setup makes scanning easier and faster. With a 7-Point reinforced frame, fully bumper nose and shielded LCD, the Milwaukee Infrared Temperature gun survives 9 ft. drops for superior durability.

  • Measures surface temperatures -22⁰F to 1022⁰F for use in a variety of applications
  • 12:1 distance-to-spot ratio measures a 1 ft. spot from 12 ft. way
  • Premium LCD display for clear readings
  • User-configurable high/low temperature alert
  • Fully bumper nose, shielded LCD survives 9 ft. drops
  • Hold, maximum, minimum, average, different modes
  • Clear button functions for easy setup
  • Overmolded grip for easy handling
  • 0.95 fixed emissivity
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.77
Product Height (in.)
7.14
Product Width (in.)
5.53

Details

Hand Tool Type
Other
Primary Use
Temperature scanning
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 Years

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.77
Product Height (in.)
7.14
Product Width (in.)
5.53

Details

Hand Tool Type
Other
Primary Use
Temperature scanning
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 Years

Questions & Answers

Can you use this for cooking

Asked by: Rob
Yes but it will only measure surface temperature.
Answered by: BobO
Date published: 2018-12-17

I blow glass, will it work with temp 900 degree on low and 2200 on the hot end thank yo for any help

Asked by: glassblower
No, the max temperature range is 1022°F.
Answered by: Doresoom
Date published: 2018-04-26

What is the differsnce between model #2267-20 and model #2268-20 infrared thermometers?

Asked by: Fritz
10:1 vs 12:1 and 752 degrees high vs 1022 degrees high. That’s about it...hope it helps. You can select and compare it on HD website too.
Answered by: Brian
Date published: 2018-04-26

Whats the difference between the 10:1 and the 12:1 thermometer

Whats the difference between the 10:1 and the 12:1 thermometer
Asked by: Migs
It's the distance:spot ratio. For the 10:1, every 10" from your target, you'll be measuring a 1" diameter spot. So from 30" away, the 10:1 gun will measure a 3" diameter area. For the 12:1 gun, you can measure the same area from 36" away.
Answered by: Doresoom
Date published: 2018-04-26
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Customer Reviews

Laser Temperature Gun Infrared 12:1 Thermometer is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Received the laser temperature gun. Very quick shipping from the... Received the laser temperature gun. Very quick shipping from the time I ordered it. Unpacked it and installed the supplied nine volt battery, pulled the trigger to try it out. The laser light shined at the stove pipe I wanted to check the temperature of and the temperature came up on the screen. Pointed it at the stove to check the difference between stove and pipe, this time no laser light to indicate where I was pointing. Tried removing the battery to see if that would work. NO Good. Will be returning it to the store.
Date published: 2019-01-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Portable, Accurate, Uses 9V battery This Temp Gun is "Good" but I'm not sure it's priced right. The temp readings are accurate and the gun is very comfortable to hold. It's relatively small so I can put it in my back pocket (handle down) to carry it around. It also fits neatly and more securely into most tool belts and since it has a reinforced plastic frame and nose bumper it's durable enough to toss around a bit. The 12:1 ratio is good for most applications (1 foot scan 12 feet away). It comes with and runs on a 9V battery which will not last as long as the lithium-ion models. It has typical features like Hi & Lo temp setting alarms and modes like +/- and Avg temp but it does not store multiple temps like some other guns. Also, it does not have an external temp probe or the option to use one. There are only two things that bother me about this gun. The trigger sticks and "boings" when it lets go and the display is uni-directional. It can only be viewed straight on. The Product Description says its "Premium LCD Display", I disagree. Note: the product description also states that it can survive 9 foot drops, but the packaging clearly states 6 foot drops.
Date published: 2015-10-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 4 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple to use,accurate,easy to read... Simple to use,accurate,easy to read
Date published: 2019-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice BASIC unit Tis a nice basic unit for entry level interest for around the home items like cold spots on exterior walls, bad light switch or breakers and just plain general temp readings. The fixed emissivity kind of locks you to basic temp readings on basic materials where a wide array of materials and finishes could swing readings to be inaccurate due to specific emissivity ratings. There is some research to invest some time in educating yourself about emissivity ratings to get a better understanding what IR thermometer is best for you. It is likely that if you already you need one with adjustable emissivity, you are in a field where you fully understand it and require it to be more accurate. I have a very expensive unit that is fully adjustable with liquid probes and such for specific uses where this one will be in the basic homeowner toolbox in the garage so my nice unit does not get damaged. Again, this is a good unit for the basic "around the house" checking for your own insurance of where you might need to add insulation and such and good for temp swings and not so much for half a degree accuracy based on fixed emissivity.
Date published: 2016-01-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Rugged but Overpriced This Milwaukee 12:1 infrared temp gun is well built, but is a little lacking on features for what it's currently priced at. They also sell an NIST version for a higher price, which may be more desirable for a professional that requires a certified instrument. The temp gun is pretty intuitive, and I found that I didn't even need to consult the manual to get full functionality out of it. The controls and menus are pretty simple, and the backlit display is easy to read, even at vertical angle offsets - although it washes out or oversaturates pretty quickly when you try to read it from an angle at the side. The laser marker can be turned on or off in the settings, and clearly marks the center of the temperature reading. It would have been nice if there were at least two or three laser points that fanned out at the same rate as the sensor effective area. As it is, I just have to remember that for every foot I am away from the target, the diameter of the sensing area increases by an inch. The temperature range is pretty good, from -22°F to 1022°F. I didn't test it to these extremes, but I did check it with my freezer and stovetop, and managed to give it a workout from 4°F to 669°F. It read a teakettle at 206°F right before it started whistling, so it seems to be pretty accurate too. Emissivity is fixed at 0.95, which poses a problem for accurate readings on shiny surfaces. This can be remedied by placing matte tape on the surface to be measured, but an adjustable emissivity instrument with an auxiliary thermocouple wouldn't need this additional step. Battery life seems to be pretty good, and replacing the 9V battery in the handle is very easy and only requires a flat head screwdriver. Should take 30 seconds max. I really don't see a reason to go with the M12 version of this, since it will just add bulk and weight to the handle. Unfortunately the price to feature ratio this temperature gun offers is pretty high. There seem to be a few other highly rated temperature guns out there for less than half the price of this one that offer more features. The build quality of this instrument is great, and Milwaukee has announced its ruggedness as being able to handle a 6 foot drop test. So I'm not sure if the high price is just for the build quality or maybe just the Milwaukee Red color scheme.
Date published: 2015-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hot stuff What pushed me over the edge to get this was to channel my inner Alton Brown. For several cooking adventures like frying a turkey, smoking, and/or various cast iron delicacies I was never able to get a solid read on temperature. (other than probe thermometers in some circumstance) The secondary use was to actually use this as intended - checking metal temps for tempering, HVAC work, and other various shop tasks. I can say it's excelled at both. Works every time, easy to read, and 100x more durable than the cheap-o stuff you might get offline or from places that rhyme with 'Shmarbor Smreight'. This thing brings out my inner nerd and I love it.
Date published: 2016-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy & Accurate This tool is easy to use - there is a door on the front of the handle that you have to open and hook up the 9V battery (provided). Turn it on aim & pull the trigger. You can see the red laser dot in the photo - it measures the surface temperature and the laser is easy to see. The digital readout is easy to read (large LCD numbers) and is consistent with the temperatures I expected to see. The tool is light (but not cheap feeling) and is a nice size for a handheld tool.
Date published: 2015-10-28
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